KOEI TECMO America today announced that Toukiden: Kiwami is now available on Steam for PC for $59.99. This critically acclaimed action RPG is set in a beautiful, yet tormented world inspired by various historical periods of Japan, and tells the tale of humanity’s last stand for survival against powerful demons (Oni).
With a story mode estimated to take over 100 hours to complete, Toukiden: Kiwami also features over 50 Oni types, an extensive character creation mode, 300 fallen heroes (Mitama) whose rescued souls help strengthen the player’s team, more than 1500 weapon variations, and an extensive multiplayer mode. Players can battle Oni with a squad of up to four Slayers comprised of various NPCs or other players via online cooperative play.
About Toukiden: Kiwami
In the deeply rich world of Toukiden: Kiwami, Oni have hidden in the shadows aiming to torment mankind. Throughout history, a secret cast of warriors known as Slayers have been trained to dispose of the demonic threat before it could consume the world. However, an event known as the ‘Awakening’ generated rifts in space and time, causing places that had long disappeared from the world to resurface, and unleashing hordes of demons that now relentlessly hunt humans.
The player’s role is to complete various missions, strengthen their relationships with the other warriors in the village, and eventually do battle with the largest of the Oni to banish them back to their dimension and free the souls of the heroes they’ve trapped. In turn, these freed souls stay with the player and provide them with a variety of equippable abilities.
To purchase the game, visit the game’s Steam page at: http://store.steampowered.com/app/363130/.
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